¡De una! An enthusiastic way to say “yes, absolutely!” or “yes, let’s do it!”.
How do you say okay in Colombia?
The word listo literally means “ready,” but is also used in Colombia to say “okay!”
How do Colombians say you?
Colombian Spanish speakers tend to use usted almost always when directly speaking to a person. They use it to the point where it’s probably the only word you’ll hear for “you.” Very rarely will you hear Colombians talking to each other with tú, although it’s not entirely unheard of.
What words do Colombians use?
Top 10 Colombian Slang Terms
- ¿Qué más? Colombians like to greet friends like this: “¡Hola! …
- Man / Vieja. Forget the standard Spanish words of “hombre” and “mujer” to refer to men and women; in Colombia these two slang terms are much more popular. …
- Parce, Parcero/a. …
- Bacano / Chévere. …
- Rumbear. …
- Parche. …
- Guaro. …
How do you say hello in Colombian slang?
Colombian Slang Greetings
Follow your Spanish textbook and you might think the only way to say hello to people in Colombia would be to say “¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás?” (“hello! how are you?”).
What does parcero mean in Colombia?
Parce / parcero: In Colombia parce or parcero both mean ‘mate’, ‘dude’ or ‘bro’.
How do Colombians answer the phone?
Much like hola, aló is another common way to answer the phone in many Spanish-speaking countries, especially in Colombia, Chile, Peru, and Venezuela.
Along with dígame, you may also hear Spaniards answer the phone with the following:
Why do Colombians say Chao?
Chao. And chao is the universal “goodbye”! Pronounced just like the Italian “ciao”, you say this instead of “adios”. If you learn anything from this post, it’s that your high school Spanish will make you look like a tourist in Colombia.
How do Colombians say thank you?
“Muchas gracias” or “le agradezco mucho” is the mean but in Colombia we say “muchísimas gracias” It’s more informal.
Why do Colombians say Vos?
‘. I quickly learned that using “vos” (referred to as voseo) instead of “tú” (also called tuteo) to say “you” is a common practice in many Latin American countries, including some parts of Colombia. In Colombia, voseo sits somewhere between “tú” and “usted” in formality, and can often be used with friends or family.